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 Went down to the fishladder on 13A. You can see a lot of nice big browns swimming below it.A beautiful day to do it.

I was surprised I was the only one there. I do not know the rules other than you cant fish there.

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It has to be a sight to see right now.  Do the landlocks run up there too?

I couldn't find a silver fish trolling today so most must be moving into shallow water.   Worked the same area (80-200 fow) as last week on the West side South of Sheldrake.  Screen showed significantly fewer fish despite bait pods.  Picked up only 1 just before reaching Taughannock.  Worked North on the East side and found 4 more.  All lake trout, some looked about to burst as bloated with eggs.  3 took flies on dipsey close to the bottom in 100-130fow.  Other 2 took spoons when ball bouncing.   

Next few weeks might make for some challenging fishing while spawning is on.

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Anyone know why they won’t let those fish in the creek in the fall?  I thought the weir/fish ladder was for lamprey control and lampreys spawn in the spring?

 

anyway got the boat out for the last trip today.  My buddy and I did 2 nice rainbows, 3 lakers, and a couple dink landlocks between Myers point and Taughannock on the east side.  Started the morning down in Ithaca and got no bites down there....tons of bait marked all day.

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I did not fish.some of the fish looked kinda long without shoulders could be something else.I do not stream fish or fish the inlet anymore. I figure those fish are for the guys without boats.

 

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If this guy was up the creek where he should of been he wouldn't have ended up in my boat yesterday. He was ripe when he hit the deck. He doesn't have big shoulders but his tail did him proud in the fight.15534.jpeg

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That is one dark landlocked.   How deep was he, or more appropriate question, how far from the creek mouth was he?

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Interesting.   its a dark picture so its hard to tell but I would say brown.       Looks like The jaw extends beyond the eye.

Nice fish anyway.

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This help any?

 

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Saw this group someone posted that they caught in one of the creeks on the South end last week.  Not nearly as dark as Stingers, but same hook jaws.

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I wish you fishermen would know what you are catching as you maybe taking fish that are not legal

 

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37 minutes ago, Trouthunter said:

I wish you fishermen would know what you are catching as you maybe taking fish that are not legal

 

That is not always true. I didnt have to worry about ID for this one as after winning a lengthy battle I knew regardless of species, it was plenty big enough to go in the box!

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That is not always true. I didnt have to worry about ID for this one as after winning a lengthy battle I knew regardless of species, it was plenty big enough to go in the box!
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Lol Cisco no wait smelt......


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They do let fish up past the ladder. If no one is going to be running it they just bypass it. Not sure if they do anything in the fall or not but back in high school I worked there a few days through a school program. It was very cool. Any trout that go up the ladder get hung up in a waiting pool. Every day we went in there we would net the trout put em in a tub and sprinkle this powder they called "angel dust" on top of water. Within seconds tge fish was floating belly up. We would measure gurth length and weight and document male/female. Biggest fish in 3 days i was there was a 13lb 4 oz female bow. You don't see too many rainbows that big anymore!  This was '93-'94. 

 

Salmon creek whenever there's enough water also gets loaded

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